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Paul, S. (author)
Over the last decade there has been a shift in focus from traditional sampled-data control to event-triggered control (ETC) as it promises to be better suited for systems with shared communication media, especially wireless systems. The mote lifetime in case of wireless sensor actuator networks (WSAN) is crucial and can be improved by utilizing...
master thesis 2016
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Krom, B.N. (author)
Wireless sensor networks of the type discussed in this MSc project play a crucial role in many envisionings of the Internet of Things, a trend that is thought to play a major role in the technological innovations of the near future. These wireless, ad-hoc, scalable mesh networks provide the infrastructure for numerous sensing and control...
master thesis 2015
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Van Roekel, B.J.M. (author)
Annually over 60.000 people die and another 3.7 million get injured in car accidents in the United States and Europe combined. Automation of vehicles can reduce the number of accidents by 90%. Therefore, it is of great interest in academia and industry. For the automated vehicles that are being presented in industry however, proofs of safe...
master thesis 2015
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Li, Q. (author)
master thesis 2014
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Kaustubh, M. (author)
Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) are primarily radar and camera-based technologies that capture the vehicle’s surrounding environment and assist the driver by keeping him informed about current vehicle state, and if necessary intervene to prevent an impending danger, while the driver is in control of the vehicle at all times. These...
master thesis 2014
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Li, Z. (author)
As a component of Dutch Automatic Vehicle Initiative (DAVI) project, this study aims at improving highway driving safety of autonomous vehicle. It is observed that some misbehaved drivers do not use turn indicators forehead a lane change on highway. For a self-driving car in such situations, a lane change is potentially dangerous without an...
master thesis 2014
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Zhang, Y. (author)
master thesis 2014
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Dahlan, B. (author)
This thesis presents a method to semi-automate the reasoning about network bounds, namely the backlog and delay. Network Calculus offers a rich theory for modeling network elements. Using the modeling techniques of network calculus, network elements are represented by discrete-time systems whose dynamics are linear in min-plus algebra. From the...
master thesis 2013
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